Join us for an interactive, virtual workshop, led by Hannah Berger, Sr. Director of Individual Giving & Communications for A Place Called Home. You will learn five simple actions to help find, qualify and contact major donors with an affinity for your cause. We’ll practice tactics in real time and within the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
This workshop has something for everyone, whether you’re new to fundraising or have years of experience, no matter the size or stage of your organization. Volunteers and board members are also welcome.
You will leave this workshop prepared to use these new tools and turn more prospects into donors!
In her current role at A Place Called Home in South Central Los Angeles, Hannah serves on the organization’s executive management team and directs the agency’s annual fund, major gifts and donor stewardship programs, including a $20M campus expansion campaign. In her Philanthropy Coach consulting practice, Hannah provides a range of services aimed at supporting nonprofit professionals in realizing their goals. Previously, Hannah was a Senior Consultant with Fitz Non-Profit Consulting, where she guided clients through major campaigns, board recruitment and development, development audits, program restructuring and strategic planning. Prior roles include serving as National Director of Development, The Foundation for Prader-Willi Research; Director of Development, New Children’s Museum in San Diego; and Senior Manager, Herbalife Nutrition Foundation in Los Angeles. Hannah holds an MPA with an emphasis in Nonprofit Sector Management from California State University, Northridge, and a BA in Psychology from University of California, Irvine.
Approved for 1.5 continuing education units from CFRE.
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